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    Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire
    ISBN: 081602135X
    Author: Matthew Bunson
    Publisher: Facts on File
    Edition: Language: English
    Hardcover: 494 pages
    URL: /http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/re...N%2F081602135X
    Summary:
    It has been written that Rome was not built in a day - and did not fall in one span of the sun, either. These maxims lie at the very heart of Roman studies, because they imply an important reality, that the culture and state of Rome were part of a gradual historical process, shaped by many internal and external influences. As a consequence, the subject of Roman history, even a seemingly limited aspect such as the imperial epoch, is a complex one. It involves a host of subjects, figures, ideas and interrelated themes. Even the answering of simple questions proves extremely difficult due to the amount and variety of information scattered in hundreds of volumes.

    The Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire is the first comprehensive A-to-Z reference to this period. It covers the most important personalities, terms and sites that played a part in Roman evolution from the period of Julius Caesar and the Gallic Wars (59-51 B.C.) to the fall of the Empire in the West (476 A.D.). Clearly, the size and the sheer number of the entries may prove a daunting challenge to readers unfamiliar with the subject. With this in mind, several steps have been taken to make the use of the book easier. Following this introduction, readers will find a timeline covering the major events that are treated in the text. It is recommended that these charts be studied first, to make the general history of Rome clearer and to place it in a proper historical perspective. The timeline serves as the first bridge to the entries that receive more detailed treatment in the A-to-Z section. A brief glossary of terms and words frequently used in the encyclopedia appears in the back of the book, and can be used to introduce the reader to a few concepts and the many titles that are so much a part of imperial Roman history. Familiar with these, the reader can better understand the material offered in each entry.

    In the encyclopedia itself, the reader may find it useful first to refer to a number of broad, highly explanatory entries that will provide a firm basis on which to investigate subjects of a more complex or specific nature. The following chart should aid in this discovery of the various aspects of Roman life:


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